DIGITAL CONVERGENCE FRAMEWORK AWARDS

2018 National Conference on Digital Convergence

 
 

STAGE 3

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AXTELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, TX

Axtell ISD began their Digital Convergence journey in 2016 and has quickly progressed through the Digital Convergence Framework. Among the district's greatest accomplishments in 2017 was the deployment of competency-based professional learning aligned to their new instructional model to all teachers in the district.

COLONIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, DE

In 2017, Colonial School District developed the core values of its Instructional Model to design, support, and personalize meaningful learning experiences, dynamic instruction, and a learning-centered culture. Colonial also achieved significant milestones in the Modern Curriculum and Digital Ecosystem Drivers, focusing on content and accessibility.

STAGE 4

BALTIMORE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MD

Baltimore County Public Schools has redesigned their curriculum to reflect their new Instructional Model and focus on critical thinking and analytical skills. In 2017, the district saw the district's modern learning initiative (Students & Teachers Accessing Tomorrow, or S.T.A.T.) translate to increased student achievement in standardized testing.

STAGE 5

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FRASER PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MI

Reaching Stage 5 for Fraser Public Schools reflects the district's realized culture of Time, Pace, Path, and Place Learning at scale. This means that students are becoming increasingly more motivated to take ownership of their learning, and teachers district-wide are afforded the flexibility, know-how, and resources to personalize learning for their students.